Video: There are 175 steps in this Rube Goldberg Machine made by berlagawesome and they're all layered right after each other and on top of each other and basically all over each other. It's so chaotic that you don't always know what's going on and where to follow. But then somehow, the ball manages to finagle its way into where it needs to go and the machine continues its onward journey towards delivering... a soft drink can. Worth it!
This Chaotic Rube Goldberg Machine Is The Most Complicated Way To Get A Drink
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